Fears and Phobias

Fear is a natural response caused by real danger. A phobia, on the other hand, is an irrational fear of an object or situation that causes little or no danger. Either may cause certain individuals to experience heightened states of anxiety.

Agoraphobia

Claustrophobia

Disposaphobia

Fear of Anaesthesia

Fear of Authority

Fear of Balloons

Fear of Bees or Wasps

Fear of Being Alone

Fear of Birds

Fear of Blood

Fear of Bodily Functions

Fear of Buttons

Fear of Cats

Fear of Childbirth

Fear of Commitment

Fear of Criticism

Fear of Death

Fear of Dental Treatment

Fear of Doctors and Dentists

Fear of Dogs

Fear of Driving

Fear of Elevators (Lifts)

Fear of Eye Drops

Fear of Failure

Fear of Fainting

Fear of Fear

Fear of Flying

Fear of Flying Everyday

Fear of Frogs

Fear of Furry Animals

Fear of Germs

Fear of Ghosts

Fear of Heights or Bridges

Fear of Injections

Fear of Insects

Fear of Contact Lenses

Fear of Internal Examinations

Fear of Intimacy

Fear of Lizards

Fear of Loud Noises

Fear of Monsters (for Children)

Fear of Moths

Fear of Motorway Driving

Fear of MRI Scan

Fear of Needles (for Children)

Fear of Pregnancy

Fear of Rats and Mice

Fear of Rejection

Fear of Snakes

Fear of Spiders

Fear of Spiders for Children

Fear of Success

Fear of Swimming (for Children)

Fear of Talking on the Telephone

Fear of Technology

Fear of the Dark

Fear of Thunderstorms

Fear of Travel

Fear of Viral Contamination

Fear of Vomiting

Fear of Warmth on Skin

Fear of Water

Fearless Flying

Homophobia

Phobia Release

School Phobia

Sea Sickness

Social Phobia

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